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Old 09-30-2016, 08:44 AM   #1
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Atwood Stove Cover- Correct Model?

Just looking for confirmation that the Atwood/Dometic stove cover 54106 is the correct one for our Atwood three burner stove.

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Old 09-30-2016, 12:02 PM   #2
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It appears as though Atwood only makes the one cover for all their Wedgewood Vision series cooktops and ranges.
The brochures and manuals are here;
Atwood Cooking Appliances Brochure

We actually removed ours, sold it, and put this in place instead since it also matched our cabinetry;
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00LGIHYHC
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We've got the same or similar top to abarkl (was also a Camco; don't recall model number). Think the cutting board top is a much better option. The metal covers are pretty flimsy and you can't rest anything heavy on them. The cutting board is cheaper, will take a ton of weight (not literally), and is a useful cutting board surface. Does a much better job of extending the functionality of the space.


Note that the anti-skid on the back of the board holds it in place really well. Forgot to stow it one return trip, and it was still perfectly in place when we pulled up at home.
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We've got the same or similar top to abarkl (was also a Camco; don't recall model number). Think the cutting board top is a much better option. The metal covers are pretty flimsy and you can't rest anything heavy on them. The cutting board is cheaper, will take a ton of weight (not literally), and is a useful cutting board surface. Does a much better job of extending the functionality of the space.


Note that the anti-skid on the back of the board holds it in place really well. Forgot to stow it one return trip, and it was still perfectly in place when we pulled up at home.
Our Camco cooktop cutting board also came with 4 slotted-feet and the anti-skid which keep it secure while in transit.
Our first RV came with a wood cutting board on the cooktop and it only had the anti-skid but it stayed in place just fine.
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